Tablet and PDF Versions also available
Everyday Practical Electronics Magazine is the No. 1 UK magazine for hobby electronics enthusiasts everywhere. Each month’s issue is packed with practical constructional projects for the hobbyist, special features, advice and adverts from specialist electronics suppliers and more besides.
EPE is available worldwide from good newsstands, on subscription delivered direct to your door and is now downloadable from Pocketmags for viewing on an PC, iPad and other devices as well.
There’s something to appeal to audio, radio, automotive, home, test equipment, marine and many more interests. Microcontroller fans will enjoy our PICmicro projects and free source codes are usually downloadable too. (Our Regulars page has more details.)
EPE also sells specialist electronics software, CD ROMs, books, project PCBs and more in our Online Shop.
Whether you’re an electronics novice, student, amateur electronics enthusiast, semi-pro or technician, EPE will have something for you.
You can subscribe to the printed magazine, or try EPE PDF Version for Windows at a fantastic money-saving rate, or our Pocketmags downloadable version too! Check the Subscriptions page and choose the version of EPE that's right for you.
Printed in full colour, all EPE constructional details are presented in a high quality, crystal clear style that lets you tackle constructional projects with confidence. Published on approx. the first Thursday of every month.
New series starting in EPE February 2015!
Teach-In 2015 Understanding discrete linear circuit design
A brand new educational series focusing on discrete linear circuit design for beginners. Our team of tutors Mike and Richard Tooley – also known for their fantastic Raspberry Pi Teach-In 2014 series – focus on the nuts and bolts of electronic circuit design, with practical ideas for designing, simulating and constructing simple circuits using basic so-called “discrete” components. Get onboard now!
EPE Magazine is published in the UK.
ISSN 9770262 361188
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